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Discover the world of Himalayan Art
Project Himalayan Art is an integrated three-part initiative—digital platform, publication, and traveling exhibition—designed to support the incorporation of Himalayan, Tibetan, and Inner Asian art and cultures into humanities and liberal arts teaching curricula on Asia. This digital platform offers source material on Himalayan art through digital components for the traveling exhibition, 108 in-depth object essays, online collection materials, and digital features such as an interactive map, hundreds of related objects, glossary, and videos of rituals and art-making technologies.
108 object essays
The story of Himalayan art is illuminated through significant objects from the Neolithic era to today.
Discover the art and cultures of Himalayan regions in a digital visit to Gateway to Himalayan Art.
Explore objects and sites by region and time period.
Himalayan Art in 108 Objects
In this beautifully illustrated volume, 108 significant objects serve as a guide to the historical traditions, rituals, social practices, and art forms of Himalayan art and cultures.
This orientation to the materials in Project Himalayan Art offers a starting point for educators to incorporate Himalayan art into their classes.